Is this really the end of the three-stripe trade mark?

Posted in Intellectual property Dispute resolution, litigation and investigations

In its decision dated June 19, 2019 (Case T-307/17), the General Court of the European Union has confirmed the invalidity of Adidas’ European Union trade mark, which consists of three parallel equidistant parallel stripes of identical width applied on a product in any direction. Clément Monnet in Paris, considers what can we really learn from the ruling of the General Court in more detail in this article. Click here to read the full article - Is this really the end of the three-stripe trade mark ? | The Brand Protection Blog.

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